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Dangerous Promise

Book 1, The Protector

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Description

A female bodyguard with enhanced abilities. A billionaire playboy committed to destroying people like her. A romance they didn’t expect…

Dive into the first book in the fantastic new Protector series set in the near future from New York Times bestselling author Megan Hart!

Nina Bronson used to be all human -- until the experimental surgeries and internal technology that saved her life and enhanced her as a soldier also forced her to leave the army for private service. Now she and her peers are facing slow, painful deaths unless their technology is upgraded, and the one man keeping those upgrades illegal and unavailable is an obnoxious billionaire. A man too gorgeous for his own good.

A man she’s supposed to guard with her life.

Ewan Donahue is the public voice speaking out against the enhancement procedures of injured soldiers. But when his lobbying leads to death threats, he needs someone to protect him around the clock. He doesn’t want to rely on an enhanced soldier—Nina’s tech goes against everything he stands for. But he really doesn’t want her to be beautiful like she is. Doesn’t want her to suffer like she will.

Doesn’t want to succumb to the searing desire he feels for her.

As a series of attacks on his life send them to a remote cabin, their close proximity brings them together in ways they never imagined. They know they must prevent the need simmering between them, resist each other at all costs. But when tensions are high and danger is close, passion burns hottest of all…

Customer Reviews

Entertaining start to a trilogy

I was generously given an ARC for an honest review. This is an exciting start to a trilogy. Nina is an "enhanced being".....think bionics with a super computer chip implanted in the brain. This book was a bit different, in that the female character is the in the position of strength and is somewhat emotionless, due to her enhancements. The male character is still a strong character and has some issues because of his role in the development of these enhancements. Also he has to come to terms with the fact that he is attracted to someone so much physically advanced than he is.. The story takes place in the near future where society has almost destroyed all things "natural". I didn't really feel the chemistry between these characters until 60% into the book and the action didn't pick up until then too. The beginning part of the book was a bit slow where I kept going in and out of the book. But it does rev up midway and it ends setting up for the next book. Although it is a trilogy, it does not end on a cliffhanger!
The story is about Ewan ( a very wealthy industrialist and a lobbyist opposing the enhancement technology) hiring Nina to protect him against some attacks on his life. Obviously he has issues with his attraction to Nina, due to his stand on the enhancements. And for her part, Nina is wary of Ewan because he is the major opponent to the enhancement upgrades she needs in order to stay alive. When they finally get together, there is a tiny bit of a reverse D/s relationship.....where Ewan has to come to terms with that particular side of himself. All in all, it was an entertaining book.....slow at times but definitely worth the read.

A promising start to the trilogy

I was generously given an ARC for an honest review. This is an exciting start to a trilogy. Nina is an "enhanced being".....think bionics with a super computer chip implanted in the brain. This book was a bit different, in that the female character is the in the position of strength and is somewhat emotionless, due to her enhancements. The male character is still a strong character and has some issues because of his role in the development of these enhancements. Also he has to come to terms with the fact that he is attracted to someone so much physically advanced than he is.. The story takes place in the near future where society has almost destroyed all things "natural". I didn't really feel the chemistry between these characters until 60% into the book and the action didn't pick up until then too. The beginning part of the book was a bit slow where I kept going in and out of the book. But it does rev up midway and it ends setting up for the next book. Although it is a trilogy, it does not end on a cliffhanger!
The story is about Ewan ( a very wealthy industrialist and a lobbyist opposing the enhancement technology) hiring Nina to protect him against some attacks on his life. Obviously he has issues with his attraction to Nina, due to his stand on the enhancements. And for her part, Nina is wary of Ewan because he is the major opponent to the enhancement upgrades she needs in order to stay alive. When they finally get together, there is a tiny bit of a reverse D/s relationship.....where Ewan has to come to terms with that particular side of himself. All in all, it was an entertaining book.....slow at times but definitely worth the read.

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Dangerous Promise
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  • $3.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Paranormal
  • Published: Jan 02, 2018
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Seller: Macmillan
  • Print Length: 300 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: Book 1, The Protector
  • Requirements: This book can only be viewed on an iOS device with Apple Books on iOS 12 or later, iBooks 1.5 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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